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Use painter's tape to create the letters and then let students paint with watercolors over it. Remove the tape and you've got a great, student-made display/sign for Back-to-School!

blue tape watercolor letters, do this, and then put salt on the watercolors and then use a hairdryer on it (while still wet). Oh high school art.

Put child's name with masking tape on a canvas. Allow them to paint (or fingerpaint) the entire canvas. Dry. Take off tape.

put masking tape with child's name on a canvas, allow them to paint/fingerpaint the entire canvas, dry, & take off tape. Great idea for a paint project.

Painting on foil is a simple process art idea for kids. Inspired by Van Gogh's Starry night this activity works on fine motor skills and colour mixing for toddler and preschoolers.

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Use Snow to Make Colorful Process Art

Snowy Day Tissue Paper Art is a creative winter process art project for kids of all ages. This colorful art activity is perfect for home or school!

Put glue on paper in designs, pour salt over it and then drop small watercolor paint droplets and watch the colors grow!

Raised salt painting - Glue in designs on paper. pour table salt over it (generously), then drop watercolor paint (or water w/ food coloring) and watch it travel along the salt lines.

Little Bit Funky: easy kiddy art lesson

Little Bit Funky: toddler activities - easy kid art activity using painters tape and watercolors. Would be cool with handprints all over the canvas too

Chinese New Year Activities and Crafts for Kids - Tips from a Typical Mom

Chinese New Year Activities and Crafts for Kids

Cherry Blossom Art from a Recycled Soda Bottle, Wait! Don't throw away those soda bottles just yet. Check out this great idea on using recycled soda bottles

Salt painting. Make a glue design on dark paper, coat with salt, gently touch the salt with water/food color on a paintbrush and it spreads... so fun!

Black paper, white salt, and yellow food coloring Salt painting. Make a glue design on dark paper, coat with salt, gently touch the salt with water/food color on a paintbrush and it spreads. so fun!

Love this do it their self craft for kids. Use letter stickers on canvas, let them paint and then peel off the stickers. Love Kris' version, "Excuse the mess, Grady is making memories."

Tape words off (with foam letters or precut stickers) before finger painting. Some of the words I used stickers, some I wanted bigger, thicker letters, so I printed them out, traced onto white contact paper and cut out.

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name in painters tape, let kid finger paint and then peel off the tape. Don't have painters tape at work. I'll be trying masking tape and see how it works!

Tissue transfer art is not only gorgeous, it's totally easy enough for kids to make! Fun kid's art project - perfect indoor activity for rainy days.

tissue transfer art {easy kid art project

Tissue Transfer Art- a fun art project that is perfect for toddlers and preschool kids! An easy art project that is a great way for young ones to create art by themselves!

Painting perfect squares by Teach Preschool  I think if we used paper tape for this, it'd be easy to peel up without tearing. This also might be a great use for our giant stack of craft cardboard circles...

Painting up perfect squares (Piet Mondrian style)

I could make this into quilt squares. Painting perfect squares by Teach Preschool I think if we used paper tape for this, it'd be easy to peel up without tearing. This also might be a great use for our giant stack of craft cardboard circles.

A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

Toilet Roll Scribblers

Children will strengthen their ulnar grasp by using it to hold the pack of markers to draw with. A fun toilet paper roll art activity for kids. Use felt tip pens, duct tape and a cardboard tube to create an experimental 'scribbler'.

As a kinder and 1st project we read the book The Dot.  A cute story about a little girl who discovers art  through a simple series of dot paintings.  The students were able to paint their own dot, or not-a-dot, with watercolors.  This was a nice simple opportunity for students to use paints and learn the expectations for using watercolors.  Ask them why brushes don't like bad hair days!

"As a kinder and project read the book The Dot. A cute story about a little girl who discovers art through a simple series of dot paintings. The students paint their own dot, or not-a-dot, with watercolors.

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